Additional features: Shaft has graduated scales (1 mm and 1/8 inch increments) for easy reference Doubles as a depth gaugeGreat for quick measurement transfersWheel retracts into face of the gauge for protection and easy vertical storageFree-spinning wheel cuts wood fibers – doesn’t tear themDesigned for comfortable one-handed operationBalanced feel Specifications: Precision machined solid-brass body and knurled lock nut.8″ long shaft
List Price: $ 16.49
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Question by MrStevey: Is there a clock that i can attach my own hour and minute hands onto?
I want to make my own large wall clock with a pointer hand that i have. I am wondering if i can find a clock that just has the gears, with no numbers or anything, that i can attach the pointer hand to. I am sorry if i am not being very clear, but i don’t know how else to explain it.
Answer by Mike1942f
You can buy battery powered quartz clock mechanisms at hobby sources. They are intended for mounting with your clock faces and come with light hands. They aren’t very strong and adding your own hands would require the hands to be light or nearly balanced.
If you go and look at clocks being sold, you will probably find that most can be opened and the back/guts lifted out after releasing pins/screws/bolts. Then you could take off the hands (they are just pressed on) and lay a new paper/contact plastic/etc. face on and put hands on as well.
There are heavier duty clock mechanisms available from wood worker supply places but I doubt anyone sells an assembled blank clock as the appearance of the clock is what people make.
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